The Great Gabbo is a 1929 film starring Erich von Stroheim, Donald Douglas, and Marjorie Kane. It tells the story of a ventriloquist that increasingly uses his dummy “Otto” as his only means of self-expression. This scene features the song “Every Now and Then” sung by Marjorie Kane and Donald Douglas. Choreography staged by Maurice L. Kusell. This film was released on September 12, 1929.